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and for other purposes,
of the county court of Rock-
For the benefit of Richardson
Altering the CHANCERY TERM of the Fayette Circuit
Court, in the year 1811.
APPROVED, 17th December, 1810. Sec. 1. B
E it enacted by the General Assembly,
T*t the circuit court of Fayelle coun- Term in Ja. ty, for the trial of Chancery Causes, which is now nuary. direcred by law to be held oe the fourth Monday in January in each year, shall in the year 1811, be held on the first Monday in August, instead of the fourth
Return of Monday in January ; and that all process returnable to said January term, be returnable to the March term of suid circuit court : provided, that the said Proviso, circuit court, shall be held during the first week of the session, by the assistent judges thereof, .so as to enable the circuit judge, to atteod the Boone circuit court, which commences its August session, on the first Monday in said inoath.
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the clerk, and Duty of offother cificers of said court, shail perform the same cerz of court. duties at the said August term, as by law, they are directed to perform at the January term of said court; ard that the same may-sit eighteen juridical days, if the business thereof require it.
Sec. And be it further cnacted, That nothing in this county courts act contained, shall be so construed, to alter or change, the times of holding the county courts of the said county of Fayette.
Establishing the LEBANON ACADEMY, in tlie County
APPROVED, DECEMBER 17, 1810.
Eit enacted by the General Assembly, Sec. 1.
That Fines Ewing, Epiraim M-Clean, Samuel Moore, Young Ewing, Daniel Benham, Robert Coleman and David Barty, gentlemen, shall be,
and are hereby constituted a body politic and corpoincorporated rate, to be known by the name of the trustees of the
Lebanon academy : and by that name, shall have per
petual succession and a common seal, with power to Their powers change or alter the same at pleasure : And as a body
corporate, shall be authorised to exercise all the powers and privileges, that are now enjoyed by the trustees of any academy or seminary oi learning, in this state. And on the death, resignation, or other disqualification of any of the trustees aforesaid, or their successors, a majority of the remaining rustees, shall fill such vacancy. ; and the person so appointed, shall be vested with the same power and authority, as if specially named by this act': And by the name and style of the trustees of the Lebanon Academy, may sue and implead, and be sued and impleaded, in any court in law or equity, or before any tribunal having cognizance of the same.
Sec. 2. The'said trustees, and their successors, May receive shall have power in their corporate capacity, to purdonations. chase or receive by donation, any lands, tenements,
hereditaments, monies, rents, goods and chattels, and to hold the same by the name aforesaid, to them and their successors forever, for the use of the said academy; and to sell, alien, or transfer, any such lands, goods and chattels, and apply the proceeds to the benefit thereof.